About A. Katherine Black

A. Katherine Black is an audiologist, a writer, and a graduate of the Odyssey Writing Workshop.  She adores multicolored pens, stories featuring friendly spiders, and nearly everything at 2am.  She lives in Maryland, surrounded by very tall and occasionally judgmental trees, with her family, their cats, and her overused coffee machines.

Watch a recent interview of A. Katherine Black, out from Arachne Press (Apr 2020), or a Q&A with A. Katherine Black in NewMyths.com (June 2020).

Published short and flash fiction by A. Katherine Black:

Keep an eye out for short and flash fiction by A. Katherine Black coming in January 2021 in Cossmass Infinities, February 2021 in Selene Quarterly, and June2021 in Cosmic Horror Monthly!

“Even People Who’d Been Accidentally Turned into Giant Murderous Mutant Spiders,” in the anthology NO SPIDER HARMED IN THE MAKING OF THIS BOOK, out August 2020 from Arachne Press.

“Dreaming Up Fairy Tales with Feral Bots” in NewMyths.com (June 2020)

“As If Waiting” in Zooscape (March 2020)

“All Harriet’s Pieces” in After Dinner Conversation (December 2019), and out now in After Dinner Conversation Season One anthology (March 2020)

“Fishbowl” in Young Explorer’s Adventure Guide vol.6 (December 2019)

“Swallowed by the Digit Sky” in The Overcast podcast (October 2019)

“Tether” in The Dark Magazine (August 2019)

“The Way Things Went” in AntipodeanSF (August 2018), read by A. Katherine Black in the AniSF radio show (December 22, 2018)

“Jane’s Cocktail” on 600 Second Saga (July 18, 2018)

“Until” in Flash Fiction Magazine (February 10, 2018)

“Tether” in Theaker’s Quarterly Fiction #61 (January 2018)

“Sunset” in Farther Stars Than These (November 9, 2017)

“Promise” in Seven by Twenty (Serial, September 2017)

“Fishbowl” in Abstract Jam (June 2016)

Four flash stories in 365 Tomorrows (2015): “A Girl and Her Tree,” “Commitment,” “Sublet,” and “Salt”

“Green” in Bethlehem Writers Roundtable (May/June 2015)

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